Bulk Mail


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Bulk Mail

The dissemination of mail to a large number of people. For example, a supermarket may send bulk mail containing coupons and other discounts. Bulk mail may be solicited or unsolicited, and its use is a common tactic in marketing. Bulk mail is entitled to reduced postage from the U.S. Postal Service.
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The barcodes, which will be launched early next year, will only be used on bulk mail such as letters, and not parcels.
From January it will be able to handle bulk mail and also collect and sort mail from different premises before passing it to Royal Mail.
The new distribution ``hub'' will act as the drop-off and collection point for all bulk mail collected in South Wales, which will be sorted at the company's Bristol office, following the announced closure of Consignia's Pontypridd branch.
The tabs select the view displayed by the upper left-hand window: Hot, Correspondent, Bulk Mail, Date, Attachment, and Search.
Forest Service estimates that millions of tons of trees' worth of bulk mail lands on peoples' doorsteps each year.
Under the first stage of competition two years ago, bulk mail deliveries were opened up to other firms but Postcomm said it had made almost no impact on Royal Mail's monopoly of the business.
Bonded Sender programs, at Least as they exist at this point, are designed to stop bulk mail, which is any mail that's sent out to a Large List of people," Newitz says.
Dutch postal, express and logistics firm TPG said yesterday it was studying expanding its operations in Britain after UK postal regulator Postcomm approved competition in bulk mail services as of next year.
A NEW bulk mail distribution depot is to be established in Bridgend - but no new jobs will be created.
They fear a proposal to allow private firms to take over bulk mail could cost thousands of jobs.
One of the things that does concern us is that the most profitable part of the network, the bulk mail, is the first to be opened up.